The high restaurant count and great pool scene do this place proud. Plus, it's had a top-to-toe makeover for May 2015.
The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.
This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are 7 altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.
Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis® - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.
Hotel-run kids' club
A great kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.
Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*
Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.
Rooms ► View all
twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds and a sofa-bed. Satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.
twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds and a sofa-bed - can be sold as a single. Satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.
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Last stayed at this hotel 3 years ago at the same time of year (October). Were offered an update to bungalows (which we stayed in last time) but we refused because if it rains (and it did last time, heavily) you get very wet going up to the main building. Given a standard roon on second floor. 2 double beds, a sofa and 2 easy chairs in room! Very clean, turn down service every night and towels changed morning and night. Glad we did, as heavy rain during second week. Hotel is tired but spotlessly clean. Service excellent. . If I am honest, the food was not as good as sister hotels (Pasha and Oceana) but the International A la Carte was excellent. The gardens, or rain forest as we call it, are beautiful, very well cared for and a good walk around on a morning to try and keep the weight down (2 circuits is about one and a half miles). We had a lovely relaxing holiday even though the weather was a bit "iffy" the second week. Look forward seeing the hotel after refurbishment next year. Will definately return.More
Lynda S, Leeds, United Kingdom
â¬42,000.000 Refurbishment gets underway
I like many others am at pains to point out that my review in no way shape or form reflects on the very hard working staff here at the hotel, quite the contrary its they that are making our stay bearable. Little did I know that when booking my holiday with Thompson\First Choice would I be be involved in this Hotels exciting long overdue â¬42,000.000 refurbishment plans.I simply thought I was booking my family a luxury half term week holiday in Turkey all inclusive. Thompson's did not let on at all what extra's they had install for us, and how lucky we have been. Arriving late with all restaurants closed we were offered Cheeseburgers or Hamburgers in our Premium priced Garden Suite rooms. We all dashed over to the room through the Jasmine scented gardens (very nice), to be met with what I have been describing to the Front Desk as Staff Accommodation, with mine and my wife's room being a twin room and my daughters expected to sleep on a camp bed and sofa bed respectively. Resolving to sort this mistake out in the morning, retired for the night to the sound of the next door Hotel's cooling plant lulling us to sleep. The next day bright and breezy into reception and first asked to speak to the Manager, told he was in a meeting but I would be contacted. Second port of call the Thompson representative, after much searching found a folder on a desk, and was told the Thompson\First Choice rep had departed some 2 months ago, the portents were not good. Hit the Internet and found that Thompson's had retreated to UK HQ, but could be contacted on their 24/7 line, which I duly did. Julie from 24/7 came up trumps with her asking me to present myself at the front desk, and was shown by a staff member a further five Premium Garden Suites with all the same twin rooms and camp beds and sofa beds for my daughters. Began to realise that my view on what constitutes a suite and what Thompson's regard a suite differ greatly, and have subsequently been advised by the very same 24/7 line that "it's all in the small print" if you care to look. Back to the Front Desk and managed to get a Standard room in the main hotel, which admittedly is cosy for the 4 of us but we get to sleep in a normal beds rather than "camp out in the gardens". It's worth mentioning that the Front Desk Manager did eventually emerge from his marathon meeting and advised me that a lot of family's do prefer these rooms, but then the world is full of surprises isn't it. The week then moves on with the refurbishment gathering apace all around us, adding as you can imagine to our feelings of peace and holiday contentment. To put this into context for you this means the hotel is shutting down all around you. The air conditioning in the rooms does not work (apparently it's not for months), so doors are left open at night to cool the rooms down with the resultant mossie bites. The hotels fountains and water features are empty and dry and have been for some time, the Jacuzzi's are again empty and simply leaf traps. A Ballroom has been pressed into service as storage for mattresses stripped out of rooms. Friends on the 1st floor report that all other rooms other than theirs have been stripped of the non working air conditioners, room safes and are neatly stacked in the corridors, in fact empty room doors are simply left open. The Staff numbers are reducing on a daily basis, restaurant availability ever reducing as well. The unheated pools remain unheated and people swim in the sea as its warmer, but watch out for the Jelly fish stings, your not advised of the risk but my daughters became familiar with them, and I am sure they will go back into the sea soon, maybe. An upside is that the pool slides are working after the notified cleaning of them, chlorine checks, oh and parts missing, so they have been in action 2 days out of the 5 so far, that's as long as you can find a sunbed, they have disappeared today in large stacks ,whisked away to the same place as the Jetty that was dismantled 2 days ago I assume. The entertainments remain a high point, if staying here is not entertainment enough, with tonight Bingo and Karaoke on the menu, brings out quite the Dunkirk spirit. Finally as I type the room opposite is having its curtains taken down leaving a empty shell of a room, and you know I think Thompson's got it right 2 months ago and baled out then, but at least there Client base get to pay premium rates for all this excitement, it's going to look wonderful when it's all done you know. Note to self, read the small print it's all in there if you look hard enoughMore
Are we in the way !!!!
Booked this via Thomas Cook. Was not informed the hotel was closing on Sunday. Still here at a hotel that seems to have given up on the remaining guests. the hotel is supposed to have 6 al carte restaurants with only 2 open. Food is cold. Waiting over an hour for a drinks is not acceptable. Drinks on menu running out and not being replenished. All inclusive with only a few items left Staff are unfriendly and service is poor. Just arrived at our tired room to see other rooms and our floor already being stripped around us!! Will not come back even when renovated due to poor service. Feel like we have been taken for a ride. Extremely disappointed!! More
Late Summer holiday in Beldibi
The hotel has been due for a major refurbishment for some time now, but this is not an excuse for not keeping it clean. It should be vice versa - we would not mind a little worn out furniture, carpets, fixture and fittings provided that they were clean. On arrival we have only accepted the third room shown to us but only on condition that the bathroom will be cleaned and disinfected next morning. Pool areas were dirty, sun beds black with mould and dirt, parasol tables never cleaned. Filth in pool toilets I would rather not mention here. Entertainment team was studiously avoiding people over 60 years of age and inviting only young people to participate in games and competitions. Hotel has a well maintained big garden. Food was very good with plenty of fresh fruits, salad, vegetables and wonderful local breads. And what was important: all restaurant areas was spotlessly clean!More
Ela Z, Kolo, Poland
one of the best
This hotel has everything you need for a fantastic holiday.As I write this review we are sitting by the bar outside in the sun and yes it is 28/1014. The hotel is to be completely refurbished during the winter and that is good as it is beginning to look a bit tired in places The people who work at this hotel are its main asset nothing is to much trouble.There are lots of lovely places to eat delicious food and the cake bar in the afternoon is a must.Thank you also for our room upgrade to a suite with two toilets bath and walk in shower.Shame we have to return home but we shall be back .More
supa2, Biddulph, Staffordshire
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